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Tryday

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Tryday says:

Triumph handling

Hi, I am new on here but was wondering if anyone could offer me some advice. I have just bought a triumph Daytona 650 and am loving it. Has anyone any advice for getting the most out of it on the twisties? I am still getting used to it and interested in any owners/experts input, thanks. :smile

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tim8061

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tim8061 says:

Yes . .

Read the Triumph forums.

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Amateurcynic

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Amateurcynic says:

Yes...

Get some advanced training:smile

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MarcusMarsh

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MarcusMarsh says:

Daytona 650

Firstly, if you feel competent, set up the suspension properly.  There are lots of good guides on the net on how to do this.  If you are not confident doing this yourself then take you bike to a suspension expert and let them do it.  The charge is usually modest.   

Then, as Amateurcynic suggests, get some advanced training.  It''s the best performance enhancer available. 

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Tryday

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Tryday says:

Triumph handling

Thanks very much, I am certainly looking into it :smile

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